Get the fam together to whip up this Kiwi classic! Basic ingredients come together to create these squares of deliciousness. They're not too tricky to make and a great treat to enjoy with your cuppa.
Create a Mexican flavour fest at home with pantry and fridge staples. These corn-ey fritters are made without eggs, so you can make them with gluten-free flour and dairy-free milk for an allergy-friendly option.
Creamy peanut satay sauce steals the show in this quick and easy dish. It's incredibly versatile, so it'll taste delicious with chicken, lamb, pork, beef or veggie skewers.
This super tasty fried rice recipe is ideal for when you need to whip up dinner in a flash. Swap out the ingredients for what you have available at home - easy!
Traditionally made with chicken and spinach, this healthy and delicious Indian dish can also be made using lamb and paneer or chickpeas for a vegetarian version.
Pantry staples are the star ingredients in this easy, versatile vegetarian curry. Swap out the chickpeas, potatoes and peas with whatever you have available at home.
The classic sausage roll gets a fruity twist as apple and cranberry enhance the flavour of pork in this fresh take on a familiar favourite.
Use whatever vegetables you have available to create this super easy addition to any meal. Try it with Nadia's Moroccan Apricot Chicken for full-on flavour.
Sweet and spicy flavours join forces in this delightful dish. Swap out the chicken for lamb, or chickpeas and pumpkin for a vegetarian option.
Chicken soup is one of our favourite comfort foods. This recipe is flexible with the veggies and grains you have at hand, so it's perfect for using up what's left over in your fridge and pantry.
These super easy bread rolls are the perfect companion for a comforting soup or stew, or slather them with butter while they're still warm and enjoy them on their own.
A gorgeous, simple dessert, 'panna cotta’ means ‘cooked cream’ in Italian. This versatile recipe enables you to tailor this delectable dessert so you can make it with ingredients you have at hand.
This classic Italian dish is surprisingly easy to make. The rich tomato sauce is extremely versatile and can be used in heaps of other dishes.
Time to get the little foodies in the kitchen! Use up the old bananas in the fruit bowl, this easy recipe is great if you need to pass some time with the kids at home.